Can i use my health insurance mediclaim card for lasik eye surgery?

 

Can i use my health insurance mediclaim card for lasik eye surgery?

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Nobody but you can answer this question as only you know about your medical insurance plan as to what it covers and what is not. If you do not know then you can simply ask the insurance agent or can call their helpline center to know whether lasik eye surgery is covered or not.

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